Sign in with your NHL account:
  • Submit
  • Or
  • Sign in with Google

Holiday "Wish List" Auction is Back

Bid On Post-Game Meet-and-Greets with Sharks Players

Tuesday, 12.07.2010 / 9:55 PM / Sharks Foundation
By San Jose Sharks Staff
X
Share with your Friends


Holiday \"Wish List\" Auction is Back
SAN JOSE, Calif. – The Sharks Foundation will be hosting their annual Holiday “Wish List” Silent Auction during their home game on Sat., Dec. 11 (vs. Chicago).

Although the Sharks Foundation hosts an auction at every home game, this auction features some of the most coveted and hard to get items and opportunities. In fact, some of the items for sale will be once-in-a-lifetime experiences. These items include (subject to change):

1.) Post-Game Meet and Greet with Dany Heatley
- Includes two (2) glass seats to a 2010-11 regular season San Jose Sharks home game

2.) Post-Game Meet and Greet with Joe Pavelski
- Includes two (2) glass seats to a 2010-11 regular season San Jose Sharks home game.

3.) Be in the Sharks Official Team Photo!
- Up to four (4) people can get their picture taken with the Sharks on “Team Picture Day”

4.) Stick Kid Night and Sharks Head Entrance
- Includes 4 upper bowl tickets to a 2010-11 regular season San Jose Sharks home game.
- Ability for two (2) kids (ages 16-and-under), to sit in the penalty box to watch warm-ups.
- Two (2) mini-sticks signed by their favorite Sharks player.
- The ability for the group of four (4) to watch the Sharks as the exit the locker and go through the Shark head.

5.) “Take a Spin on the Zamboni” Package
- Two (2) club tickets to a 2010-11 regular season San Jose Sharks home game.
- The opportunity for one (1) person to ride the Zamboni during an intermission.

6.) “Behind the Scenes” Broadcaster package
- Two (2) club tickets to a 2010-11 regular season San Jose Sharks home game.
- The ability to listen to Sharks radio play-by-play announcer Dan Rusanowsky do the pre game show from the broadcast pit
- Behind the scenes tour of HP Pavilion

7.) Limited Edition Vancouver 2010 Olympics Stick signed by Joe Thornton, Dan Boyle, Patrick Marleau and Dany Heatley

8.) Dany Heatley Signed and Framed Team Canada Premier Jersey.

Click here for more information about Sharks Foundation silent auctions.


ABOUT THE SHARKS FOUNDATION:
The Sharks Foundation is dedicated to enhancing the lives of youth and families in our community with an emphasis in the areas of Education, Heath and Safety, and Character Development. The Sharks Foundation supplies emergency aid when appropriate, executes unique and relevant programming, supports the advancement of youth hockey and provides financial support and resources to organizations that enrich the lives of those in need. Although the San Jose Sharks and the Sharks Foundation support a variety of community programs on various levels, we feel that the key to the long-term well-being of our community is our youth.

The San Jose Sharks are as deeply involved with the neighborhood we live in as we are with the game that we play. As role models, we feel responsible to give back to the community that so strongly supports us.
To this end, the Sharks Foundation was created in 1994 in an effort to increase our organizational impact on Santa Clara County. With the help of Sharks players, coaches and staff, the Sharks Foundation invests in the community with the hope of enhancing the lives of our youth.  It quickly evolved and expanded beyond its original charter and has since donated over $4.1 million to more than 85 local beneficiaries. During the 2009-10 season, its contribution to local youth programs and organizations totaled $256,898 through monetary grants. In addition to the original grant program, the Sharks Foundation manages educational programs, hosts major fundraisers, executes pledge programs and implements community outreach events. 

For more information, visit: http://www.thesharksfoundation.org/
MISSION STATEMENT

MAKE A DONATION
COMMUNITY CALENDAR
MULTIMEDIA
SHARKS FOUNDATION EMAIL UPDATES
Email:
For Email Newsletters you can trust
Image Map